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PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA, ALLEGED ASSAUL GiRL CAUSE TRAGEDY MS STANDPATTERS WIN THE SPEAKERSHIP w OUT OF BRIE JLinney of Yavapai Elevated to Chair In Lower House, Bradner Quit ting the Fight. Special to-tbe 'Journal-Mlner. PHOENIX, Feb. -3; The third sesison of the first state legislature convened shortly prior to noon to day by election in the House of Lin ney of Yavapai County as Speaker and the continuation of Cunniff of r T .1 . Af tin Qn. ate. The last named body presumed that the old officers should be con tinued and there was little delay in biginnig its work. In the low er House however a twenty-four hour caucus left a Democratic ma jority that was present equally di vided fifteen votes for Linney and a. like number for Bradner with Will Regulate Stock Exchanges Plan is to Fortid use of the Mails For Transmitting "Evil" Transactions Otherwise Stock Quotations. Associated Press. - House Banking and Currency Com mission is preparing to consider the report of that body on the money trust which Chairman Pujo and Counsel Untermeyer are now draft ing. A meeting of the full commit tee is called for Wednesday to con sider routine business and soon thereafter will take up the money trust report. till CHANGE MADE IN CHEMICAL SCHEDULE Democrats Decide Notlln 30,000 Words Sixty- To Tinker With Part Of Tariff By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. The chemical schedule of the tariff law, producing four percent of the total government revenue from customs was considered in executive session by the Demcrats of the ways and means committee. The revenue of twelve millions last year will not be materially altered. DIVIDEND OF TEN IL 10 JOHN D. By Associated Press. MPVV VflBk' Feh 3 Tnhn D T?rrt-cfcller is ten million dollars richer today than yesterday, a spe- :t ;rif1nr1 of $M n sli.ire on ui i iu i Standard Oil of New Jersey having I llli! one member from Maricopa absent on account of illness. With this situation confronting them the Representatives made their way to the capitol where a last ef fort on the part of the Linney men secured the withdrawal of Bradner in the interest of party harmony and Linney was chosen unanimous ly. It was Bradner's idea that a grave political error would be committed should the House remain in a wrangle over the Speakership till Cocks the absent member might re turn, hence his action in withdraw ing. Prior to taking such action however an effort was made by the (Continued on page 5) Chairman Pujo's report will con tain recommendations for the regu lation of stock exchanges through the post office department by forbid ding the use of the mails for trans mitting certain transactions deemed as evil, such as short sales, manipu lation and the establishment of false values and the regulation of clear ing houses through an act making their incorporation a condition pre cedent to membership of national banks in such organizations. WORM MESSAGE 8! Five Subjects Are Treated PHOENIX, Feb. 3. When Gov ernor (Hunt issued his call for the legislative sessions it was his idea that the legislators should be given a free rein. He would not use his power as an executive to limit them in their work. Because some par ticular subject was mentioned in Ins call by no means was indicative of a desire on the part of the Gover nor that a law on the subject should be enacted. Those measures in which he was especially interested Governor Hunt dealt with in his message to the legislature -which treats with sixty-five subjects and is about thirty thousand words in length. MINER HONORED. HELSINGFORD (Finland) Feb. 3. M. Toki, a Socialist-Democrat was elected president of the Diet He was a miner in the United Stat es for more than ten years. EXCITING CIVIL WAR. LONDON, Feb. 3 Suffragettes are planning an "exciting civil war" here according to an announcement made by Mrs. Pankhurst today. SN 1 Balkan War Resumed Last Night And There Will be no Cessation of Hos tilities Unless the "Sick Man" Agrees to Meet the Demands Of . The Allies. By Associated Press. LONDON, Feb. 3. The Balkan war was resumed tonight after an armistice which lasted exactly two months. Bulgaria has. turned a deaf ear to the remonstrances -of the powers and unless Turkey yields to the Bal kan demands the allied armies will now attempt to drive her complete ly out of Europe. According to dispatches tonight from Belgrade, Scutari, is now at the point of falling. It is reported that the Turkish commander sent two representatives to the Servians to propose the capitulation of the town. NEW INTERPRETATION OF ANTI-TRUST LAW Supreme Court Says Mere Combining of Non-Competitors Not Violation Of Sherman Act Oy Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. The Supreme Court held in effect today for the first time, that the Sherman law does not forbid the mere com bining of non-competitors in an in dustry. The decision was given in ' the "shoe machinery trust" case in which Solicitor Bullitt contended if a combination be brought into one hand and in undue proportion" of trade it was forbidden by the anti trust law. The disintegration aimed at by the statute does not extend to re ducing all manufactures to isolated units of the lowest degree" declared Justice Holmes announcing the un animous decision of the court that ENLARGED FOR THE Can Acquire 320 Acres of Land stead of 160 if President Signs Measure By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. The enlarged homestead bill today pass ed the Senate and goes to the Presi dent. It establishes the right of a homesteader on dry lands to secure a 320 acre farm through a residence of five years. By a tie vote the Senate refused to consider the Owen biH for a fed eral department of public health. The dangers of aviation were offi cially recognized by Congress when Dr. Daneff head of the Bulgarian delegation in an interview tonight at Paris said lie had promised Sir Ed ward Grey if the Turks immediately accepted the allies conditions they would conclude peace, but whatever hoppencd there would be no further armistice. CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. 3. It isF-announced officially that hos tilities began punctually at seven o'clock tonight both at Adrianople and Tchatalja. The allies opened bombardment at Adrianople. At Tchatalja an insignificient skirmish occurred. (Continued on Page Five) the mere organization of the United Shoe Machinery Company, by heads of several non-competing groups of shoe manufacturers had not been a violation of the law. The justice continued that it is as lawful for one corporation to make "every part" of a steam engine and put the machine together as it would be for one to make boilers and an other .to make wheels. Despite the decision the officials of the Department of Justice declar ed the United Shoe Machinery Com pany will be prosecuted for alleged criminal violation of the Sherman law under one remaining count of the indictments returned, the vali dity of which was sustained by the lower court. In- the Senate passed the bill already approved by the House granting twenty per cent additional pay to officers of the army and navy ma rines detailed for duty in the avi ation corps in cither the army or navy. GALLAGHER DIES. TRENTON, Feb. 3. James J. Gallagher, who shot Mayor Gaynor nearly two years ago, at Hoboken, died today at the hospital for the insane. Death was due to paresis HOMESTEADS DRY FARMERS Daughter of Man Who Did Killing Said to Have Been Mistreated By Zeiger, According to reports in circula tion and statements made by several in Congress Junction, the killing of Edward Zieger by T. J. Morrison on Saturday night at the Octave mining camp, was due to an alleged crimin al assault made by Zieger on the seventeen-year-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Morrison the night pre ceding the tragedy. There were no business disagree ments or wrangles that led up to the sad affair, and the only theme being discussed in the communities affected is the above unfortunate circumstance. Several residents of Congress Junction state that Zieger had informed them that he had com mitted the assault, and when the Second Attempt to Jail Star Editor Is Frustrated By Associated Press. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 3. Anoth er attempt to place Wm. R. Nelson, editor and owner of the Star in jail for contempt was blocked when Sheriff Winstanley repudiated in the court of appeals, a- motion filed in his name by friends of Judge Guth Policeman to Attorney toUncover Graft By Associated Press- NEW YORK, Feb. 3. The con fession of a patrolman gave the Dis trict Attorney today the long sought instrument by which he ex pects to uncover corruption in the police department. The investiga tion of alleged graft was aided by Patrolman Eugene F. Fox. L ESTATE Court Won't Accept Bail Of Two Dynamite Defendants By Associated Press. ST. LOUIS, Feb. 3. Labor lead ers who have been trying to secure the release of J. H. Barry and Paul J. Morrin, convicted in the dyna mite case were informed that the Federal Court at Chicago refused to accept bonds until the real estate holdings of the sureties were ap praised. PARIS FEARS FLOOD. PARIS. Feb. 3. Fears of a repe- hcre in the winter of 19 shrdlu u titi5n of the floods which occurred here in the winter of 1910 have been aroused during the last forty-eight hours by the rapid rising of the River Seine, the water today mount ing two inches an hour. DISMISS APPEAL. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 The su nrcme court today dismissed the ap peal of Jack Johnson, the negro pu gilist, indicted in Chicago on a charge of violating the federal white slave act. ORETIES MOST BE APPRAISED preliminary examination takes place: in this city on Wednesday night testimony will be introduced to cor roborate this version of the tragedy. Miss Morrison at the time was the central -girl in the telephone of fice. The next day she was taken to thcjiome of her parents at Oc tave, prostrated and in an hysterical condition. Her father was not at horrc at the time, and the girl was cared for by her mother, and placed in bed. Later, on Saturday, about 5:00 o'clock Mr. Morrison reached the camp on horseback, having been called to Phoenix, making the re turn trip that day from Glendale. At about 5:00 o'clock, Saturday (Continued on page five) rie, who sentenced Nelson, to a day jail asking that the writ of habeas corpus upon which Nelson was re laesed be squashed, The case was certified to the state supreme court where months may pass before the ' case is heard in regular order on the docket. Aid District On the first day of his trial for bribery, Fox suddenly changed his plea and acknowledged guilt. Af ter he changed his plea it is under stood he gave the District Attorney facts that may lead to the indict ment of important members of the police department for taking protec tion money. OUTPOINTED By GE0.JMY Ministers and Lawmak ers Are Spectators At the Fight By Associated Press. MILWAUKEE, Feb. 3. Jimmy Clabby outpointed George (Knock OF ID IN out) Brown in their ten-round bout V tonight. A score or more legislat ors and ministers were at the ring side seeking information for the box ing bill now before the lawmak ers. RETURN TO WORK. PITTSBURG, Feb. 3. The first break in the ranks of the striking iron workers at the Rankin plant of the American Steel company, oc curred today when 200 of the 1500 employes returned to work. REFUSE ACTION. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 3. The senate by a party vote of 23 to 10 today refused to urge the state's delegation in congress to work for the passage of the single six-year presidential term amendment. SILVER. NEW YORK, Feb. 3. Silver 62J$. Mexican dollars 49.